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Central Valley dairyman in it for long haul
Central Valley dairyman in it for long haul
Dairy farming is good in California's San Joaquin Valley, but farmers should plan to stay in for the long haul.

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Word-of-mouth best advertising, dairyman says
Word-of-mouth best advertising, dairyman says
In 1992, Bill Stoltzfus and his wife, Donna, moved from Pennsylvania to a farm near Buhl, Idaho, where they established Cloverleaf Creamery and Dairy.
Shift to organic comes naturally
Shift to organic comes naturally
Transition was eased by already grazing cows on pasture.
Washington industry bullish on future
Washington industry bullish on future
Members of Washington's dairy industry are optimistic about the future and foresee greater diversity of income from the nutrient and energy potential in manure.
Daughter becomes partner in family dairy
Daughter becomes partner in family dairy
Harrold's Dairy progresses as another generation takes its place in the operation.
Family central to Stauffer Dairy owners
Family central to Stauffer Dairy owners
The Stauffer family got into the dairy business the hard way — they started from scratch.
North Coast dairy an organic trendsetter
North Coast dairy an organic trendsetter
Straus Family Creamery opened as the first certified organic creamery west of the Mississippi River.
Dairy becomes local institution
Dairy becomes local institution
Reed Dairy serves its customers in a unique fashion, with a retail store and milk routes.
Diversification key to farm’s success
Diversification key to farm’s success
McClelland family markets its products to consumers interested in sustainability.
Owner passes on her enthusiasm for dairy work
Owner passes on her enthusiasm for dairy work
Stephanie and Scot Littrel hope to pass on their love of dairy farming to their son.
Cheese making returns to Bandon
Cheese making returns to Bandon
Face Rock Creamery aims to produce top-quality cheeses again in Bandon.